GABF 2011 results (live-ish)

Great American Beer FestivalToday at one o’clock Mountain Time (noon on the west coast, 3pm on the east) is the Great American Beer Festival‘s award ceremony: arguably the best part of the GABF. If you can’t be there in person, the next best thing is the live video feed, which I’m starting to watch as I first post this.

So, as the results roll in live(ish), I’ll be trying to update this post as soon as possible with Oregon winners.

Category 1, American-style Wheat: Barley Brown’s wins the silver for Shredder’s Wheat.

Category 9, Specialty Beer: Rogue Ales wins gold for Hazelnut Brown Nectar.

Category 18, American-style Sour Ale: Bend Brewing Company wins bronze for Ching Ching.

Category 20, Wood and Barrel-aged Beer: Deschutes Brewery wins bronze for Pinot Jubel.

Category 22, Wood and Barrel-aged Strong Stout: Deschutes Brewery wins gold for Bourbon Murder.

Category 26, Smoke Beer: Rogue Ales wins gold for Smoke Ale.

Category 27, American-Style or International-Style Pilsener: Silver Moon Brewing wins bronze for Legacy Lager.

Category 38, American-Style Dark Lager: Full Sail Brewing wins silver for Session Black.

Category 46, Classic English Style Pale Ale: MacTarnahan’s Brewing wins silver for MacTarnahan’s Amber Ale.

Category 47, English-Style India Pale Ale: Deschutes Brewery wins bronze for Down and Dirty IPA.

Category 48, International-Style Pale Ale: Ninkasi wins bronze for Radiant Ale.

Category 54, Imperial Red Ale: Laurelwood Brewing wins bronze for Organic Deranger.

Category 75, Classic Irish Style Dry Stout: Breakside Brewery wins silver for Breakside Dry Stout. (I think this was the name?)

Category 76, Foreign Style Stout: Silver Moon wins gold for Darkside Stout.

Category 77, American-style Stout: Barley Brown’s wins bronze for Disorder Stout.

One Response to GABF 2011 results (live-ish)

  1. sabes says:

    Doesn’t MacTarnahan’s winning any medal for anything (especially their Amber Ale) pretty much nullify any validity that the GBF awards have?